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The Big Bang Theory’s Kunal Nayyar shares poignant Christmas message and it’s a must-read

The Big Bang Theory star Kunal Nayyar has taken time out to pass along his endless wisdom on Christmas Day.

The 39-year-old has had quite the year despite the coronavirus pandemic, starring in Criminal, his critically acclaimed first TV role since waving goodbye to Raj Koothrappali, and filming opposite Uma Thurman in the upcoming Apple TV thriller, Suspicion.

As millions wake up to a different Christmas Day to the one they’d imagined, Kunal has a message for us all after what he calls an ‘arduous year’.

He’s not wrong.

Alongside a picture of himself sporintg a baseball cap and an assuring smile, he wrote on Instagram: ’My prayer for you is this: to be a little easier on yourself.

‘All healing starts with gentleness, not only for others around you, but first and foremost for yourself. Starting the journey of self acceptance starts from where you are, not where you want to be. And the good news is- where you are is right here and right now.

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Anyone else feeling enlightened? (Picture: Instagram)

‘So this year, I pray you fall back in love with yourself, and once again become your own best friend. Merry Christmas everyone, I may not know all of you personally, but rest assured, I love you.

‘For if you can hate me for no reason, I can love you for no reason. Namaste:).’

Kunal flew back to his home in Los Angeles earlier this month where he confirmed he’ll be spending the holidays.

He’s spent much of the year filming in London when not been cooped up in his LA pad under lockdown.

The Big Bang Theory is available to stream on Netflix UK and HBO Max.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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